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A SERMON FOR EVERY SUNDAY

Presence Matters

Will Willimon preaches a sermon called, “Presence Matters,” from Luke 24:36b-48, in which the risen Lord comes to stand among his disciples. “It’s not enough to be risen,” Willimon argues: “Jesus has to be present among us.”

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A SERMON FOR EVERY SUNDAY

Teeth and Bones

“I’ll never forget the time we took our daughters to Washington, D.C., for a short trip and of all the things they saw there, the teeth and bones probably fascinated them more than anything else…I noticed a distinct spark of curiosity arise in both of the girls when we came to the mummy exhibit and the early human exhibit in the Museum of Natural History. They had a thousand questions,” begins Phillip Martin, pastor of Epiphany Lutheran Church in Richmond, Virginia. He continues, “If it had not been for the glass of the display case, I guarantee you they would have picked up those old teeth and bones and held them in their hands.” In the gospel lesson for today, Luke 24:36b-48, “Jesus is the exhibit, and there’s no glass display case to keep people from touching him. In fact, he invites it.” We, just as the disciples, are witnesses. What will we do about it?

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Pastor Kirsten Moore

The difference in the days of our lives

Pastor Kirsten Moore preaching at Calvary Lutheran Church, Rio Linda, CA, based on this week’s readings.

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